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New Era for Engauge

Posted by Jez on 12/04/2015

The Engauge journey is set to continue, with the existing supporters and Jeremy Malet from Hassocks whom help pioneer the susgauge assessments from the early days of spreadsheet assessments to an online platform. Over the coming months, you will see new content, and hopefully opportunities that will evolve into something we can be proud of and further improve the sustainability of all environments that engauge with us.

 

regards,

 

Jeremy Malet

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Visiting Kenya

Posted by Alex Davidson on 10/03/2012

So, having got back from the other side of the world. We spent two weeks in Nabunga Secondar School on an exchange project with students, learning with them in classrooms and experiencing what schol life is like. While there we came to understand their ways of using their resorces as you might imagine these where very different to the ways we did. There were many silimarities though, Smauel (my exchange partner) like me walked to school every day. However students at The Weal...Read more

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Water Equity in Tourism Teaching Materials!

Posted by Rita Godfrey on 11/12/2011

In early 2012, Tourism Concern will launch free online Geography teaching resources for Key Stage 3 and 4.

The unique case studies will draw on their WET campaign research. Start telling your teacher friends and colleagues now! We’ll fill you in with more details nearer the time.

For more information please visit their website http://tourismconcern.org.uk/

To register your interest, email info@tourismconcern.org.uk

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Children’s Minister Launches ‘Engaugeonline’ a Fantastic New Opportunity to Help Schools be More Sustainable

Posted by Joban on 07/10/2011

Children’s Minister, Tim Loughton, officially launched “Engaugeonline”

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Worthing High is joining Words and Actions

Posted by John Hoyland on 22/09/2011

Engauge is pleased to announce that Worthing High Business and Enterprise Specialist trust school has agreed to submit to a full Susgauge assessment as part of its commitment to balanced development

Working with Chichester University student teachers and Worthing High's students staff and governors, Engauge aims to help provide a national best practice case study for schools and colleges who wish to achieve the highest possible Susgauge score

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